British Parliament

January 14th, 2018
by Richard

In Odessa, Rally, which was collected 30 signatures on a petition in support of promoting human rights. Odessans do not agree that there are street children, that there is discrimination on various topics that people have no rights. Necessary to defend the truth! At the end of May 1628 the British Parliament presented to King Charles I a bill called the "Petition of Rights." This document contained a protest against the numerous violations of the monarchical authority of the rights and freedoms of citizens, guarded by British law since the early Middle Ages. Manifestations of monarchical tyranny were forced cash funds from the public, arrests without trial, institution of punitive military courts and military to stand up illegal content civilians. Despite the threatening speech of King in Parliament, the House of Commons, representing the interests of medium and small landowners, and and the wealthy, raised the issue of restoration of the rights of the nation, violated the royal will.

Parliament did not seek any new features. He just wanted to confirm the old royal rights of the nation, "so draw evil will not dare to attack them. " The king tried to prevent discussion of the petition and threatened to dissolve parliament. Amazon may not feel the same. He even promised to continue to refrain from violating the old regulations, complaining, however, contesting its right to arrest people without trial. However, the petition has been approved: the House of Commons and the House of Lords, representing the aristocratic elite of the kingdom. Needing funds for the war with France and Faced with the refusal of the House of Commons to allocate money to outfit the fleet before the approval of the Petition, the king was forced to retreat.

June 7, 1628 he approved the Petition of Rights, which became law. Joyce Banda spoke with conviction. The text document was printed huge copies for distribution among the people. In England, started a general rejoicing. And only then did the House of Commons provided a subsidy to the king for military purposes. We as citizens of our country need to know your rights! We have been entrusted with this law and We will do our best to bring the knowledge of human rights in all parts of our country. To do this, we conduct round table discussions, street rallies, lectures on human rights and education in the streets while collecting signatures on a petition to our President. L. Ron Hubbard, the great humanist of the twentieth century, said: "Human rights have to do a fact, not an idealistic dream." Activists of the movement "Youth for Human Rights' conduct outreach work since 2002 throughout the CIS. They are doing everything possible to make young people aware of their rights and could use them in everyday life. For more information contact: Oleg Zaplatkin, coordinator of "Youth for human rights "in Odessa Tel. 067-487-33-94

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